This week is about seeing how our Home Shrine/Altar is changing and I have been kinda already doing this in my Druid Journal with this post here
Many of my items are added to reflect the current High Day in the wheel of the year. This will likely not change for me. My alter is always a work in progress, much like myself, it is random but full of meaning. I adore my world tree, he and I have a wonderful relationship. He is always referred to as Sigmund in my house and everyone knows exactly what I am talking about.
I enjoy the location of my alter as it is against the sliding glass door with a view of the park behind us. Its not ideal, but its the best location I can imagine in our Apartment.
I like that this spot is also easy to open the sliding glass door and sit out on the balcony on the other side of a screen. From there I can be in the sunshine, and hear/see/smell nature around me. I often times do tarot or take omens outside on that balcony.
I bring nature to my altar all the time by bringing leaves, sticks, animal bones, feathers, pine cones, and stones from my nature walks, it certainly helps connect my indoor shrine with the importance of nature.